-My Story-

What I love most about instructional design is the process of building content and seeing first-hand the results of a well-built program that the learner can apply at work, or for a personal goal, and it is a meaningful and positive experience. As an instructional designer, designing learning means the learner is the center of all design. Learn more about my story here.

-My Expertise and Education-

I have a commitment and passion for learning and have grown professionally and personally by collaborating with others outside my area of expertise to find solutions that benefit both internal and external stakeholders. I am always looking for new ways to engage the learner with a focus on project details. Learn more about my expertise and education here.

-My Experience-

Instructing adult professionals has been one of the highlights of my career. I have learned much from those relationships and applied those lessons to improve client satisfaction and product improvement. I am experienced in translating client needs into content that is used in real world scenarios. Learn more about my experience here.

Learning is a journey. Be curious.

“If you are the smartest person in the room, then you are in the wrong room”- Confucius. It is amazing the wisdom gained by striking up a conversation with those unlike ourselves.

“Having worked with Annette for over 5 years I can say with certainty that she is a very focused individual with a strong sense of customer focus. She has managed a great team of field technical representatives through many software migrations and industry changes. The team under me is the help desk support for her team and our customers. Annette has a great communication style and we have had open feedback with each other about our respective teams and their customer interactions. I would be glad to work with Annette in any situation and know she brings a very strong skill set to any team she is on!” Randy Cook, Director of Software Engineering, at Cardinal Health